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June 4
Bryan ISD has finalized plans for this summer's high school graduations.  Please select your campus HERE for more information.
May 22
May 20 
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides eligible families with a one-time payment for each child who previously received free or reduced-price meals. Learn More
May 13
Student Materials Pick-Up and Return Information

Bryan ISD will hold the End of the Year pick-up and drop-off for families on Wednesday, May 20, and Thursday, May 21.  Your scheduled time is based on the first letter of your child's last name.  This will be a drive-through event at each campus to limit the amount of contact between people and keep you as safe as possible.

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Bryan ISD Pick-Up and Drop-Off Info

April 17
This afternoon, Governor Abbott declared that all Texas school campuses will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Classes will continue online for the rest of the school year. The assignments that are posted in Schoology are required, and they will determine your child's grade for the 6th Six Weeks.
Bryan ISD is online for the rest of the school year
April 17
Updates are happening frequently regarding our senior class. Please check the Class of 2020 page for the latest information.
April 6

Schoology: We know everyone’s situation is different, and no one’s situation is perfect. That’s why students can work on these assignments anytime during the week, and just need to turn them in by the end of each week. If students have any questions, please make sure they are talking with their teachers through Schoology during the teacher’s “office time.” Teachers may be reaching out to families so don’t hang up on numbers, including unknown numbers, as they may be a teacher.
Grab & Go Update: Beginning Monday, April 13, the “Grab and Go” meal schedule will change.  Meals will be distributed on Monday and Thursday only. However, on Monday families will receive three days of meals, and on Thursday families will receive two days of meals. These will include next-day lunches you can easily warm up along with the same next day breakfasts. Meals will continue to be distributed from all five sites, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., and you must have your children in the car. You can find more information on our “Grab and Go” meal webpage. The reduction in days is being initiated for the health and safety of both Bryan ISD families and school nutrition workers. As the number of COVID-19 cases in Brazos County continues to increase, this will limit the amount of time everyone needs to be outside of their homes. 

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May 21
Summer Meals
Dates: Monday & Thursday Only May 28-July 31
Time: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Locations: Bryan High, Long Intermediate, Kemp-Carver Elementary
Dates, times & locations are subject to change based on participation. For more information contact 979-209-1000 or 979-209-7052.
Bryan ISD WiFi Maps & Info

Accessing Wifi & Resources Around Bryan ISD Schools

Suddenlink/Altice USA's 60-day Home Internet Offer

For households with K-12 and/or college students who may be displaced due to school closures and who do not currently have home internet access, Suddenlink/Altice USA is offering an Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband solution for free for 60 days to any new customer household within their footprint.


Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, eligible households interested in this solution can call:

  • 888-633-0030 to enroll in Suddenlink region
Additionally, most cell phone providers are waiving data usage limits, which will allow some phones to become "hot spots" providing WiFi in the home, or students could use a cell phone to complete assignments.
Bryan ISD is also enhancing the strength of the WiFi at every campus and facility.  This will allow families to access WiFi outside of the building where students can connect and complete assignments.
This is a developing situation. Bryan ISD is in daily contact with the Texas Educuation Agency, and will continue to make decisions in the best interest of our safety and staff.
Governor Abbott has waived all STAAR testing requirements for the 2019-2020 school year.
Social distancing is simply keeping your distance from others, even by a few feet.  Health officials say this is one of the best ways we can prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Talking to your children about COVID-19 can be difficult. To help, we've created this page including resources from counselors & psychologists:
We've compiled a set of learning enrichment activities for student that are NOT required or graded.
Families have many options for connecting to the internet for no cost.  SuddenLink is offering free internet to people living in their service area in Bryan and College Station.  AT&T is offering free internet to current customers. Cell phone providers are waiving data usage fees, allowing you to turn your cell phone into a hot spot.  This allows you to connect a Chromebook to WiFi. If none of these options work for a family, we encourage them to contact us at 979-209-1175.